Large Scale Design from Emissary
Emissary Home and Garden was established in 1980. What began as a company importing decorative brass items from Thailand quickly expanded into designing wood, metal and ceramic home and garden decor. Their amazing pieces are hand crafted by artisans around the world. Emissary looks beyond trends and delivers design with lasting power.
BAMBOO GARDEN STOOL
The Bamboo Garden Stool is a refreshing direction to decorative accessories as well as a top quality home and garden product. These are traditionally used in China as tea tables. This 18 inch tall garden stool looks fantastic in the home or in the garden.
The Bamboo Garden Stool in Yellow Green $460.00
CERAMIC SWIMMING KOI
These alluring ceramic koi make a big statement at 13 inches long. And the glaze, called Flambe, is dynamic and energetic. Each koi is a little different. Beautiful as a home decor accent or a garden decoration.
Our price: $165.00
HEXAGON DRAGON STOOLS
The Hexagon Dragon Stool is both a garden stool and an end table. That is diverse list of purposes, but when you see these fresh yet familiar pieces, it makes sense. The Emissary garden stool line features non-traditional glazes that bring a touch of high fashion to these 19 inch tall ceramics stools. The Hexagon Dragon Stool in Gold as shown $527.00
Olive & Mochi’s Pick:
KOI RELIEF VASE
A modern interpretation of a traditional design. These water tight vases come in three sizes 17, 22 and 24 inches. Perfect for tropical flowers such as heliconia and bamboo. Availible in two finishes, distress foam blue crackle glaze and distress ivory glaze.
Our price: 17” – $475.00, 22” – $500.00, 24” – $635.00
Mr .Chow’s Pick:
LARGE CERAMIC FISH
These big fellas are super fun. The large ceramic koi come in turquoise and bright orange glazes. You need to see these in person and be near them for scale. An instant staff favorite.
Our price: $345.00 – $520.00
Book of the Month:
KYOTO, THE JAPANESE GARDEN
by Akira Nakata
” Kyoto’s gardens are glorious, beautiful, and thought-provoking Japanese treasures without parallel in other lands. This book introduces the soul of Kyoto, the Japanese garden. Addressing variations through the different types of temple gardens—gardens of the imperial family and aristocratic households, and urban courtyard and other gardens—it offers an understanding of the compelling fascination that these gardens’ beauty and philosophical depth inspire. ”
Our price: $34.50